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Management of Lupus Nephritis in Constrained Environments

Cindy Flower MBBS, DM, and George D Nicholson, DM, FRCP, FACP

The clinical presentations of lupus nephritis (LN) vary from mild or moderate proteinuria to a rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis that occasionally leads to end-stage renal failure. The histopathological profile of LN encompasses diverse patterns of glomerular, tubulointerstitial, and vascular injury [1].

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